The Truth & Transparency Foundation is responsible for revealing the pay rates of LDS General authorities, tying $32 billion to the LDS Church, and revealing the abuse that eventually led to the imprisonment of Sterling Van Wagenen. Come ask the founders anything.
With MormonLeaks quickly approaching its two-year anniversary, Ryan and Ethan invite all to join them as they discuss the journey and share what they have learned during the process in this “ask-me-anything”-style presentation. Ryan McKnight, Ethan Dodge
Since the days of Nauvoo, the LDS Church has a long history of secret-keeping and censorship, though there have been times when its leaders’ fledging efforts to increase transparency have been commendable. Join the MormonLeaks team as they explore the history of transparency, the external promotion thereof, and censorship within the LDS Church. Ryan McKnight, …
How does the theme of race and color in the Book of Mormon impact communities of color? This session will explore how the discourse contributes to colorism. Samy Galvez, Ryan McKnight
This panel will explore what factors Make Mormons particularly vulnerable to affinity fraud. Ryan McKnight, Alyson Draper
MormonLeaks was founded in December of 2015 by Ryan McKnight as he gathered Mormon-related leaks and assembled a team to create and operate the website. What is the process behind gathering the leaks? How does the website work? How did each team member get involved, and what are their roles? Ryan McKnight
“Transparency is for those who carry out public duties and exercise public power. Privacy is for everyone else.” – Glenn Greenwald To one degree or another, transparency has always been an issue in the LDS Church. MormonLeaks was created to help facilitate transparency, though this effort has been criticized by some LDS Church members. It …